KYIV, Ukraine—Over the past year, migrant caravans from Central
America have become bigger and better organized, experts and officials say,
underscoring a looming immigration crisis that
will test U.S. immigration laws and strain the U.S.-Mexico relationship.
On Jan. 29, John Rood, U.S. undersecretary of defense for policy, told
Congress that three migrant caravans were crossing Mexico, headed for the U.S.
border. One of those caravans comprised roughly 12,000 people, Rood said,
reportedly the largest migrant caravan on record. These caravans mainly
comprised migrants from the Central American countries of Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador, an area known as
the Northern Triangle.
“Caravans, in one shape or form, are becoming …read more
Source: The Daily Signal